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The Clinton Community Unit School District held their Board of Education meeting earlier this week, wrapping up items from this past school year.
 
On the agenda were a wide variety of approvals for new employees within the district, along with amending the district budget.
 
In new business, several different salary compensation increases were approved, including support staff and several administrators who will earn a 2.1% increase.
 
Superintendent Curt Nettles stopped by the WHOW Morning Show and explained a new salary structure that will be incorporated for district aides this coming school year.

 

 
Nettles says the reasoning for the salary restructures especially for teaching aides is to keep up with competition in surrounding school districts.

 

 
A new category system will determine the pay level of each teaching aide throughout the district.
 

 

 
The Clinton School District Board of Education will not meet next month.

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